Showing posts with label Sternguard. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sternguard. Show all posts

Monday, 16 April 2018

Blood Angels Sergeant Cassiel - Dark Heresy Campaign

Hello everyone

I was recently asked if I wanted to join some friends Dark Heresy campaign as a returning NPC, that can help the players out if they get into too much trouble. Naturally, I was up for it and immediately started thinking about painting up a quick mini :-p luckily I had 10 Sternguard Veterans laying around, so I just had to order a few bits off eBay and I was ready to paint my mini.

I haven't painted anything Blood Angels related since I painted a friend's Space Hulk 3 years ago, so it was fun to see how my technique has changed since then.

Anyway, it was a fun little project that lasted a couple of days, looking forward to my first session with the group.

Until next time



Sunday, 12 April 2015

Sternguards & Kantors Honorguard - Games Workshop

Hello everyone!

I recently purchased a couple of GW's new Sternguard boxes, because they looked awesome and I really liked the flexibility they permitted compared to the old box. Each box contains 5 Sternguards and about 30 weapon I ordered home a big pile of magnets and went to work.

It's not that I don't like my old Sternguards that I made a while ago, but these just looked too awesome not to build and paint.

I magnetized all the weapons in one of the boxes and then the combi weapons from the second. Most of the marines have magnetized arms as well.

I can't wait to begin painting these, but I probably need to paint some more Space Hulk figures first :-D but I just wanted to show them off.

Beside the new Sternguards I also wanted to make a Honor Guards for my Chapter Master Pedro Kantor. I did paint Kantor a while back, but since my skills and techniques have improved/changed since I decided to get a new one :-D

These are based of GW's Masters of the Chapter box, which contains 4 very unique and awesome Space Marine veterans with different Power Weapons. I converted them with some bits from E-bay and my Sternguard boxes. The standard bearer is just assembled from different bits I got from E-bay, a mix of normal GW and Forgeworld bits.

I'm still missing an arm for my standard bearer, but hopefully it will be in the mailbox soon.

 That's it for now, hope you liked it.